Peet’s Coffee reveals National Coffee Day perks
Peet’s is offering perks online, on its app and in its Coffeebars for National Coffee Day, which will be celebrated on Thursday 29 September.
Drinktec 2022, lots of beer & liquid food but little coffee or tea
After five years of silence, the six halls are again buzzing with activities and visitors. Four halls full of the whole range of equipment for beverages; one hall for packaging and one dedicated to ingredients.
Starbucks adds Remedy Kombucha to UK line up
Starbucks UK adds healthy soft drink trailblazers Remedy Kombucha and Dash Water to UK line-up.
Rethinking coffee logistics through the lens of digitalisation
Digital Coffee Future held a series of webinars earlier this year that sought to explore the intersection between logistics and technology in the coffee industry. The article below discusses several of the topics addressed in the three webinars.
Small but mighty: it is time to connect with Generation Alpha
They may still be young, and most of their purchases are still being made by their parents, but Generation Alpha already has a powerful voice, and these ‘new’ consumers, who are the most racially and ethnically diverse group to date, are intent on being heard when it comes to what they like and dislike, what they believe in, and what products and brands align with their values.
Coffee market lay of the land
Ryan Delany, co-founder of and chief analyst at the Coffee Trading Academy, assesses the recent coffee year (21/22) as it comes to a close (30 September) and offers an outlook on the coming CY (22/23, beginning 1 October).
Eight leading coffee companies grow their sustainable coffee purchases
Global Coffee Platform’s new report shows growth in sustainable coffee purchases of eight of the sector’s leading roasters and retailers.
Collagen beverages market is primed for strong growth
Perhaps ‘a collagen drink a day keeps the wrinkles away’ is an appropriate update to the old ‘apple a day’ axiom as collagen seems to be the newest ‘it’ ingredient in terms of functional beverages.
Clipper Teas launches first TV ad campaign
Clipper Teas calls on tea drinkers to ‘Make it Better’ as part of a new £800k media investment.
Papua New Guinea creates new Minister for Coffee post
Papa New Guinea announced the creation of the Minister for Coffee role to help the industry grow, with a focus on international exports.
The complicated task of categorising ‘specialty’ tea
In a highly complex market, the Western specialty tea stakeholders are striving to achieve a unified operational framework for ‘specialty’ tea – a high added value segment – to ensure a level playing field for the global value chain.
Robustas made the biggest gains in August, up 9.2%
The ICO reports that low Arabica certified stocks and high volatility add pressure on the I-CIP, closing August at 208.37 US cents/lb.
Starbucks appoints Laxman Narasimhan its next CEO
Laxman Narasimhan tapped to be Starbucks new CEO with Howard Schultz continuing as interim CEO until 1 April 2023.
ORGANO’s King of Coffee brand wins International LOHAS Award for Best Organic Coffee
The award highlights ORGANO’s commitment to working conscientiously with our planet’s finite resources.